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These are examples of famous Water poems written by famous poets. PoetrySoup is a great resource of famous Water poems about Water. These examples illustrate what famous Water poems looks like and its form.

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Famous PoemPoet
The Iliad Homer,
The Lady of Shalott Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Lake Isle of Innisfree Yeats, William Butler
The Gallery Marvell, Andrew
A Dream of the Unknown Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Words Plath, Sylvia
Haunted Sassoon, Siegfried
Song of the Lotos-Eaters Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Crossing the Water Plath, Sylvia
The Skeleton in Armor Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Sunday Morning Stevens, Wallace
Song of the Indian Maid Keats, John
Reeds of Innocence Blake, William
The Recollection Shelley, Percy Bysshe
The Rhodora - On Being Asked Whence Is the Flower Emerson, Ralph Waldo
The River of Rivers in Connecticut Stevens, Wallace
The Idea of Order at Key West Stevens, Wallace
The Deserted Garden Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Bacchus Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Sunflower Sutra Ginsberg, Allen
All in green went my love riding Cummings, Edward Estlin (E E)
A Musical Instrument Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
At the Fishhouses Bishop, Elizabeth
Uriel Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Ode to Psyche Keats, John
Six Significant Landscapes Stevens, Wallace
The Fish Bishop, Elizabeth
Come down O Maid Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore Bishop, Elizabeth
Noah Sassoon, Siegfried
The Snow-Shower Bryant, William Cullen
Prothalamion Spenser, Edmund
Astrophel and Stella Sidney, Sir Philip
The Lovers of the Poor Brooks, Gwendolyn
To Be In Love Brooks, Gwendolyn
To Be In Love Brooks, Gwendolyn
Heaven Brooke, Rupert
The Great Lover Brooke, Rupert
Flight Brooke, Rupert
Tiare Tahiti Brooke, Rupert
Mary and Gabriel Brooke, Rupert
Day That I Have Loved Brooke, Rupert
Ante Aram Brooke, Rupert
Lines Written In The Belief That The Ancient Roman Festival Of The Dead Was Called Ambarvalia Brooke, Rupert
Alone Angelou, Maya
Idylls of the King: The Passing of Arthur (excerpt) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 1) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Holy Grail Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Morte DArthur Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Lotos-eaters Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Locksley Hall Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Sea Dreams Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Gareth And Lynette Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Last Tournament Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Balin and Balan Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Come down O Maid Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Passing Of Arthur Tennyson, Alfred Lord
O Were I Loved As I Desire To Be! Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Idylls of the King: The Last Tournament (excerpt) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Enoch Arden Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Memoriam A. H. H.: 67. When on my bed the moonlight fall Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Recollection of the Arabian Nights Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 6) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess: A Medley: Come down O Maid Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (part 7) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Princess (prologue) Tennyson, Alfred Lord
The Dying need but little Dear Dickinson, Emily
I could not drink it Sweet Dickinson, Emily
The inundation of the Spring Dickinson, Emily
The Spirit lasts -- but in what mode -- Dickinson, Emily
Until the Desert knows Dickinson, Emily
To One denied the drink Dickinson, Emily
What mystery pervades a well! Dickinson, Emily
We thirst at first -- tis Natures Act -- Dickinson, Emily
A stagnant pleasure like a Pool Dickinson, Emily
Water makes many Beds Dickinson, Emily
Im ceded -- Ive stopped being Theirs -- Dickinson, Emily
A Dying Tiger -- moaned for Drink -- Dickinson, Emily
I think that the Root of the Wind is Water -- Dickinson, Emily
Will there really be a Morning? Dickinson, Emily
Water is taught by thirst. Dickinson, Emily
The last Night that She lived Dickinson, Emily
So I pull my Stockings off Dickinson, Emily
Tis good -- the looking back on Grief -- Dickinson, Emily
One Last Poem For Richard Cisneros, Sandra
525. Song—Had I the wyte she bade me Burns, Robert
90. Epistle to James Smith Burns, Robert
193. On Scaring some Water-Fowl in Lock Turit Burns, Robert
101. Song—Composed in Spring Burns, Robert
67. Epistle to John Goldie in Kilmarnock Burns, Robert
370. Song—Sic a Wife as Willie had Burns, Robert
202. On the Death of Robert Dundas Esq. of Arniston Burns, Robert
394. Song—Braw Lads o’ Gala Water Burns, Robert
60. Epistle on J. Lapraik Burns, Robert
95. Address to the Unco Guid Burns, Robert
111. Address to Beelzebub Burns, Robert
94. Here’s his Health in Water Burns, Robert